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... Many stretches of today's drive were along very, very steep cliffs, and also most of which were one lane roads. So technically we drove on the wrong side of the street both ways ... and two wrongs both definitely make a right.
Our very first stop for pictures was in Inch, Ireland. Give the Kent's an inch ... and we'll take a mile of pictures. These pics are the one of the lower ground views below. While most of the weather has been unseasonably warm and honestly not far ...
... for our lunch, we stumble into a town or rather village, that's not on any map but a pub with picnic tables overlooking a small beach seems the perfect setting for our picnic. The beach reminds us of Children's Beach in La Jolla where the seals congregate, only this beach is minus seals, but just as small. The boys commiserate over not having their swim suits, but that doesn't stop them form clambering over the rocks and playing at the shores edge. We grab a pint and as the sun ...
... inside, but we had an amazing guide that was full of laughs and information. We tried delicious Dingle Gin and Vodka, and fantasized about the Dingle Whiskey that had a year and a half to go before distribution. We even got HALF OFF thanks to it being America's Independence day. What a freakin' guy, huh? From there, we danced our way back to town, chanting "ice cream, drinks, food, drinks" "ice cream, drinks, food, drinks". Had some unbelievable ice cream at ...
... Killarney, also in Kerry. At the hotel, there was a group of three sisters playing Irish Traditional Music. Once again, my mom and aunt became best friends with them and the elderly couple sitting nearby us (I now have the elderly women's phone number and they have her e-mail address, too funny). The music was amazing and they even took some song requests from us. Overall, a fantastic first full day on our ...
... are truly amazing.
In the afternoon the tour plans were not exactly as advertised and we made our way to a small village on the Dingle Peninsula.
While in Annascaul we dropped into the local pub, The South Pole, which was previously owned by an Antarctic Explorer/Hero named Tom Crean. Throughout the rest of my trip a book based on his life was a great read in all the downtime sitting on ...